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  • GeeWizz Mad Hatter’s Tea Party

    Guy and his family attended the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party at Milsom’s Kesgrave Hall on 14th May 2017. They were invited after having made donations to support the charity GeeWizz. Fundraisers and donors have helped raise almost £150,000 for the charity, and attended the tea party to celebrate 18 months since its launch.

    Charity founder Gina Long MBS said she was delighted with the event.

    Gina said: “We felt it was crucial to organise an event that said a very big thank you to everyone who has supported GeeWizz since we started the charity 18 months ago. Without the generous support of our fundraisers and donors, we simply would not be able to make a difference to the lives of so many families in Suffolk.

    The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party gave an ideal opportunity to greet both our supporters and the families GeeWizz have supported- as part of the charity promoting transparent fundraising in every way possible.

    I would like to say a very heartfelt thank you to everyone who attended and everyone who supported what was such a magical and very special afternoon, one where we celebrated our beyond generous supporters and GeeWizz families“

  • £400 has been raised in aid of St Elizabeth Hospice

    Tippers ‘R’ Us and our sister company BagAgg have raised £400 in aid of St Elizabeth Hospice. The money was raised by selling sweets in the BagAgg office to the customers coming into our site. The sweets were purchased by the company and 100% of the profits were donated to the local hospice charity, who offer care to people living with a progressive illness – both in the hospice and in their homes.

  • Father’s Day Fundraiser

    Over £2000 was raised for the Motor Neurone Disease Association, after people attended the Father’s Day fundraiser at The Bell pub in Kesgrave on Sunday 18th June. This event was held in aid of local man Tom Davey who suffers from motor neurone disease. The money was raised by auctioning off prizes, a raffle, and due to donations by several people, including Guy.

    The Motor Neurone Disease Association provides care and support to people living with the disease, and also to their families and carers. In addition, this wonderful organisation continues to fund and promote ground-breaking research around the world, to identify treatments and find a cure for the disease.


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